Will a North Carolina Speeding Ticket Affect My Driving Record in a Different State? — iTicket.law
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Most of the time, yes, your North Carolina speeding ticket will affect your driving record in a different state. Most states are part of the Driver License Compact (DLC). For the states that signed the DLC, they have reciprocity. That means that traffic citations or speeding tickets issued in North Carolina will be reported to your home state. Your state will likely treat the citation as though it happened within your state. That is why it’s important to seek the best possible reduction or outcome in your case.
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